Chantal Castille

Spanish Teacher

Contact: ccastille@episcopaldayschool.org

Hola! My name is Chantal Castille and I teach Spanish – kindergarten through fourth grade. I am originally from Chile so Spanish is my native language. I moved here with my family when I was younger. I have called Lake Charles my home for quite some time and I absolutely love our town! 

I’m a St. Louis Catholic High School alumna. I attended McNeese State University and received my degree in Foreign Languages with a concentration in Spanish. 

Prior to joining Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School, I was an Interpreter and Translator and I have taught Spanish/ESL private lessons to children and adults for more than ten years. I am so incredibly excited to share my love for languages and teaching little ones here at EDS. Working with children has always been my call and it is truly a blessing to get to do this for a living. I want all of my students to be excited about coming to class to learn Spanish and to open the door for them to go out to the world confidently thinking bilingually.  

I am married to Kevin Castille and we have three beautiful children. Creed is in second grade, Mason is in kindergarten, and Lucy is our one year-old baby. My love for my children has directly impacted my love for working with little ones and encouraging growth within themselves. Our children are the future and it’s a privilege to have the opportunity to help nurture their minds and be a part of their bright development at a school where they have the most incredible possibilities. 

Besides teaching and inspiring little souls, I love being a mom and be given the gift to raise our sweet little ones. I love traveling and experiencing other cultures. I also have a home-based creative sewing business that brings me so much joy and Zen. 

 I love to be silly and make people smile. I do my best to fill people’s buckets throughout the day.  

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” – Jane Goodall

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